Harlequin 48K rev G large DIY kit *with original ZX Spectrum ROM*



Large Harlequin rev G -BLACK- kit with comprehensive manual and parts

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The one and only -BLACK- Harlequin rev G DIY kit!

With original ZX Spectrum 48K ROM!
Build and play!

The Harlequin rev G is a completely compatible ZX Spectrum clone, but without the need of a ULA chip!
You can build your own complete ZX Spectrum yourself!

The Harlequin kit consists only of through hole parts, making soldering easy (the three SMD parts are presoldered).
What you need to assemble the kit is:
– a soldering iron + solder
– basic skills and creativity
– some patience! The kit will keep you busy for several hours.

The included comprehensive assemly manual includes some important hints and lots of instructions.
Most parts are packed in bags with sequential numbers corresponding to the manual and this Bill of Materials (click).

This large kit consists of:

  • The (unassembled) Harlequin rev G printed circuit board
  • Presoldered SMD parts: AD724 RGB to NTSC/PAL Encoder, LM2596 voltage regulator and 68uH inductor
  • All parts (except ROM) to complete the Harlequin rev G
  • The ByteDelight complete and comprehensive 12 page DIY assembly guide to the Harlequin rev G!
  • Original ZX Spectrum 48K ROM (used but tested)

To use the finished Harlequin board, you will need:
– A ZX Spectrum case with keyboard (e.g. rubber keys case or Plus case, but any other ZX Spectrum case will be fine too, like the DK’Tronics, Lo Profile or Saga)
– A TV with composite video or RGB input
– An RCA or RGB cable (RGB cable is available in the webshop)


Offer is subject to placement errors.

This is an unassembled kit! The photos are for reference.

The kit consists of all parts:


.. and the board with 3 SMD parts already soldered:


.. and the comprehensive 12 page DIY guide with lots of hints and tips:


Assembled Harlequin rev G (this offer is for the unassembled kit!):IMG_20160205_152155

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
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